And what about the man behind the machines? hEADaCHE seems close enough to touch, creating gorgeous, hypnotic, and trance-inducing music. We feel his hands on the synth keys, his fingers turning the knobs. hEADaCHE combines elements of trance, jungle, and trip-hop with the classic sounds of industrial and darkwave, making CEOXiME an indispensable part not only of the Detroit soundscape, but of the growing global sound of electronic music." - DJUNA
What does CEOXiME do besides creating stunning music? In early 1998, hEADaCHE realized CEOXiME didn't have the resources to promote their electronic music in Detroit, but also realized other artists would be in a similar situation. A coalition of artists could help promote each other and help spread success - the Detroit Electronica Coaltion was born. hEADaCHE single-handedly gathered 15+ musical groups to pool their resources to produce D[elEcTROnIc]T. The overwhelming demand from the artists has allowed hEADaCHE to continue the series with delectronict2. In early 2002, hEADaCHE moved to Chicago, allowing CEOXiME to call 2 cities their hometown. CEOXiME has released on Invisible Records, DSBP, Carpe Mortem and Dekonstruktion Records - nearly 20 in all - provided numerous radio station interviews, performed at many top venues and with many well known artists. Additionally, hEADaCHE has remixed for many other artists, including Noxious Emotion, DiVERJE, f1lam3nt, Trotski's Block, Esion, Paul Reset, AprAxiA, LiveSexAct, Silvercord, Karma Sutra, Mindless Faith, Endif, Flood Damage, Five Star Reject, Acumen Nation, and Croc Shop.
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